Sep 18, 2010 2:30pm EDT
are elitists who really just think that they're on a different plane than anybody else. maureen dowd wrote about in the new york times a couple weeks how mrs. obama leaves the white house during tough times, you know, we've editorialized about barack obama apologizing to the u.s. >> jon: let's ask a man of the people. elliss. >> it's a marvellous story, has everything it needs except facts. the two people who-- have now through their staff, the right way to do it you don't want to climb into the gutter with these people said it's absolutely 100% untrue and the office provided no evidence. >> it's an authorized biography. >> no, it's not. >> does this story have legs, so to speak? >> moving on. where people get their news these days, according to a new poll by the pew research center more than a third, 36% of americans say they get news from both digital and traditional sources television radio and print, just shy of the number who rely on traditional sources. only 9% through the internet and mobile technology without also using traditional sources. is this good news? >> i think it's faintl
Sep 7, 2010 7:00pm EDT
, at the present miss player maureen conley became the first woman to win all four major grand slam tournaments in the same year. conley was just 18 years old at the time. she started the season with a win at the australian open over julie sampson but in the next three tournament finals she faced the same opponent each time doris hart. that day at the u.s. open right here in new york, the quick footed conley made short work of her competition. in fact, little mo took the title in just 4 minutes. unfortunately a horse riding accident the following year cut her career short at just 19 years old. she never played professionally again. but a teenager took the tennis world by storm 57 years ago today.